Separation of Monosialogangliosides(GM1) byCapillary Zone Electrophoresis
To establish a method using capillary zone electrophoresis for separating two forms of monosialogangliosides(GM1).Method:The separation was performed on a fused-silica capillary 90 cm×75 μm(efficency length 83 cm).100 mmol·L-1 borax buffer containing 15 mmol·L-1-cyclodextrin(pH 9.9)was used as running buffer.The separation voltage was 30 kV.The UV detection wavelength was 200 nm.Results:The two forms of GM1 were successfully separated.Conclusion:This method can be applied to the seperation and the assay of two forms of GM1.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 March 2005
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